The Sanitation of a Country House


    THIs little book would form a useful, popular, and non-technical guide on sanitary matters to anyone about to build a country house, but is necessarily one for America, and the practice recommended and details given would not always suit this country. The illustrations and diagrams, sixteen in number, are excellent.

    The Sanitation of a Country House.

    By Dr. Harvey B. Bashore. Pp. vi + 103. (New York: John Wiley and Sons; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1905.)

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